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    gloria p Guest

    Default Bought'n jelly



    Went to the Farmers' Market in ski country with my daughter-in-law on
    Friday.

    At a stand of jellies, I bought something called Two Mile Creek Habanero
    Hot Pepper Jelly after sampling a few flavors. The description says
    "made with whiskey-infused apricots."

    Ingredient list says: Sugar, Vinegar, Red Bell Peppers, Red Onions,
    Habanero Peppers, Fruit Pectin, Apricots, Whiskey.

    It's yummy. I added some white wine to a few spoonsful of it and used to
    brush on a pork tenderloin we were grilling for dinner.

    gloria p

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    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Bought'n jelly

    On 7/23/2012 9:02 PM, gloria p wrote:
    >
    >
    > Went to the Farmers' Market in ski country with my daughter-in-law on
    > Friday.
    >
    > At a stand of jellies, I bought something called Two Mile Creek Habanero
    > Hot Pepper Jelly after sampling a few flavors. The description says
    > "made with whiskey-infused apricots."
    >
    > Ingredient list says: Sugar, Vinegar, Red Bell Peppers, Red Onions,
    > Habanero Peppers, Fruit Pectin, Apricots, Whiskey.
    >
    > It's yummy. I added some white wine to a few spoonsful of it and used to
    > brush on a pork tenderloin we were grilling for dinner.
    >
    > gloria p

    Nothing like getting drunk and a belly ache from the habanero's at the
    same time. <G>

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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Bought'n jelly

    In article <jukvo8$a6a$[email protected]>,
    gloria p <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Went to the Farmers' Market in ski country with my daughter-in-law on
    > Friday.
    >
    > At a stand of jellies, I bought something called Two Mile Creek Habanero
    > Hot Pepper Jelly after sampling a few flavors. The description says
    > "made with whiskey-infused apricots."
    >
    > Ingredient list says: Sugar, Vinegar, Red Bell Peppers, Red Onions,
    > Habanero Peppers, Fruit Pectin, Apricots, Whiskey.
    >
    > It's yummy. I added some white wine to a few spoonsful of it and used to
    > brush on a pork tenderloin we were grilling for dinner.
    >
    > gloria p


    I think I could like that, Gloria. :-0)

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    Barb,
    http://www.barbschaller.com, as of June 6, 2012

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